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PostSubject: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptyFri Dec 01, 2023 10:12 pm

Badly need to win this one, QPR outclassed PNE [who were awful] tonight and seem to be on a comeback trail under their new manager-the gap is closing fast. Stoke have been crap recently and the manager is under fire so on paper it could be a good time to play them. Hopefully that will be transmitted from paper to grass tomorrow, think we'll win a scrappy game.

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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptyFri Dec 01, 2023 10:37 pm

we are getting dragged into it so its cause for concern. Stoke bore me to tears watching them play so im not expecting a good game tomorrow but we should win this all going well and Hardie should be back too.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 6:09 am

Victory is assured against these bumbling idiots.

3-0 waine, edwards and cundle.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 9:14 am

Got a horrible feeling it will be a Swansea/Millwall type affair. Nil points for Argo.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 11:28 am

I’m going for a win.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 1:13 pm

Gunna be relying on our home form yet again us 2-1
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 1:18 pm

Argyle 1 Stoke 1 cundle
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 5:49 pm

The first half was a hard watch, second half much better, why so much stray passes though, deserved the win.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 5:52 pm

The home form strikes again, scrappy ish game fairly even but it's gone against us enough times when we've deserved something so we'll happily take it. Up to 16th but still very tight down there, win at Leicester next Saturday and the playoffs will be almost a certainty.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 6:12 pm

as predicted it wasnt the best of games to watch but us getting that last minute winner was fantastic and the sort of thing we need more off as we strive for 50 points this season to stay up.

I didnt see the logic of galloway starting today seeing the only football hes had in months going on from last season is 2 cameo appearances he was a tad off pace at times as a result which is understandable as he builds up match fitness and did do well at times. Galloway is a perfect case for us having regular reserve football and the others coming back from injuries or just out of contention for the team.

break down in communication cost us the goal almost cost us a 2nd soon afterwards but after we gathered ourselves we played more settled going into the 2nd half.
otherall very good win and keeps us 6 points clear of the bottom 3 few more grinding out results like that at home maybe needed in future as home park needs to a fortress to keep us up.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 6:28 pm

Scrappy old game, neither side hit the heights. Stoke actually played some decent stuff at times but never really threatened, it was a mix up in defence that led to their goal. Great ball in from Hayden, very well finished by Bundu, who did pretty well all match. He has a presence about him and his pace and strength causes defenders problems.

Second half we were much better and played with much more pace although it was looking like one of those games until Randell pops up to score his first ever goal at home in front of the Devonport End to win the match in the 97th minute. What a feeling that must be for him.

Just about deserved the win and a very valuable 3 pts.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 7:39 pm

Angry wrote:
as predicted it wasnt the best of games to watch but us getting that last minute winner was fantastic and the sort of thing we need more off as we strive for 50 points this season to stay up.

I didnt see the logic of galloway starting today seeing the only football hes had in months going on from last season is 2 cameo appearances he was a tad off pace at times as a result which is understandable as he builds up match fitness and did do well at times. Galloway is a perfect case for us having regular reserve football and the others coming back from injuries or just out of contention for the team.

break down in communication cost us the goal almost cost us a 2nd soon afterwards but after we gathered ourselves we played more settled going into the 2nd half.
otherall very good win and keeps us 6 points clear of the bottom 3 few more grinding out results like that at home maybe needed in future as home park needs to a fortress to keep us up.

Thought Galloway was excellent actually, understandably tired a bit but could be a very important player if he stays fit-definitely has the class to play in this division. Not a great game generally, too many passes going astray and poor decision making from both sides, but not the worst i've ever seen either-opened out quite a bit in the second half but neither team was on song enough to take advantage of the extra room. Substitutions made a huge difference especially when Callum Wright sold the full back a dummy that left his arse tasting the HP turf and Randell coolly finishing after the hard working Cundle had a shot blocked. Must confess to going ape shit when it went in, such an important win especially with some of the strugglers threatening to start revivals. Not often that things like this go Argyle's way but much rather have points from a scrappy game than praise and hard luck stories.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySat Dec 02, 2023 9:57 pm

We fekkin needed that, great result.

Leicester away all we can hope for is no injuries or suspensions. No point in worrying about the result they'll hammer us.
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySun Dec 03, 2023 9:26 am

Karma for the blatant time wasting in the second half by Stoke players and manager clearly playing for the draw. Ref should have actually added more time with the number of Stoke players falling over. But the way Argo keep giving the ball away and losing possession is very concerning and something that Schuey doesn't seem able to address. Good well worked first goal for Argo which was very well taken by Bundu. Pleased for Rands - and on a milestone occasion too. And Argo need to get some different studs for Mumba's boots!
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySun Dec 03, 2023 12:31 pm

Greenskin wrote:
Angry wrote:
as predicted it wasnt the best of games to watch but us getting that last minute winner was fantastic and the sort of thing we need more off as we strive for 50 points this season to stay up.

I didnt see the logic of galloway starting today seeing the only football hes had in months going on from last season is 2 cameo appearances he was a tad off pace at times as a result which is understandable as he builds up match fitness and did do well at times. Galloway is a perfect case for us having regular reserve football and the others coming back from injuries or just out of contention for the team.

break down in communication cost us the goal almost cost us a 2nd soon afterwards but after we gathered ourselves we played more settled going into the 2nd half.
otherall very good win and keeps us 6 points clear of the bottom 3 few more grinding out results like that at home maybe needed in future as home park needs to a fortress to keep us up.

Thought Galloway was excellent actually, understandably tired a bit but could be a very important player if he stays fit-definitely has the class to play in this division. Not a great game generally, too many passes going astray and poor decision making from both sides, but not the worst i've ever seen either-opened out quite a bit in the second half but neither team was on song enough to take advantage of the extra room. Substitutions made a huge difference especially when Callum Wright sold the full back a dummy that left his arse tasting the HP turf and Randell coolly finishing after the hard working Cundle had a shot blocked. Must confess to going ape shit when it went in, such an important win especially with some of the strugglers threatening to start revivals. Not often that things like this go Argyle's way but much rather have points from a scrappy game than praise and hard luck stories.

I can't quite imagine you going ape shit Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Argyle v Stoke City   Argyle v Stoke City EmptySun Dec 03, 2023 5:02 pm

PlymptonPilgrim wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
Angry wrote:
as predicted it wasnt the best of games to watch but us getting that last minute winner was fantastic and the sort of thing we need more off as we strive for 50 points this season to stay up.

I didnt see the logic of galloway starting today seeing the only football hes had in months going on from last season is 2 cameo appearances he was a tad off pace at times as a result which is understandable as he builds up match fitness and did do well at times. Galloway is a perfect case for us having regular reserve football and the others coming back from injuries or just out of contention for the team.

break down in communication cost us the goal almost cost us a 2nd soon afterwards but after we gathered ourselves we played more settled going into the 2nd half.
otherall very good win and keeps us 6 points clear of the bottom 3 few more grinding out results like that at home maybe needed in future as home park needs to a fortress to keep us up.

Thought Galloway was excellent actually, understandably tired a bit but could be a very important player if he stays fit-definitely has the class to play in this division. Not a great game generally, too many passes going astray and poor decision making from both sides, but not the worst i've ever seen either-opened out quite a bit in the second half but neither team was on song enough to take advantage of the extra room. Substitutions made a huge difference especially when Callum Wright sold the full back a dummy that left his arse tasting the HP turf and Randell coolly finishing after the hard working Cundle had a shot blocked. Must confess to going ape shit when it went in, such an important win especially with some of the strugglers threatening to start revivals. Not often that things like this go Argyle's way but much rather have points from a scrappy game than praise and hard luck stories.

I can't quite imagine you going ape shit Very Happy

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